'Powerline Pink' Hummingbird Sage has the largest flowers of any hummingbird sage we have ever grown. The flowers are so large they fall over if given too much shade along the coast. It does best in full sun or only a little part shade in mild coastal climates. Salvia spathacea 'Powerline Pink' is very easy to grow. Like all hummingbird sage it is very drought tolerant and works great as an oak understory species in hot dry inland gardens. Bert Wilson found this hummingbird sage in the wild under some Power Lines, hence the name. It is a Las Pilitas Nursery introduction. Here's a native sage page where you can see all the Salvias of California.
Salvia spathacea 'Powerline Pink' is great for a bird garden.
Foliage of Salvia spathacea 'Powerline Pink' has color green, is stressdeciduous and has fragrance.
Flower of Salvia spathacea 'Powerline Pink' has color pink and has a fragrance.
Communities for Salvia spathacea 'Powerline Pink':Chaparral, Coastal Sage Scrub and Central Oak Woodland.